William Henry Searle, PhD., born 1987, in Dorset, UK, is a writer, poet, and environmental philosopher. He grew up in the New Forest where his abiding love and fascination for the natural world took root.

 

His first book, 'Lungs of my Earth: A Personal Ecology', published by Hiraeth Press in 2015, explores Searle's passion for restoring the sacred to people’s relationships within the natural world.

His second book, 'Threads', published by Penguin Random House in 2019, celebrates the quiet conversations that nourish us, and the everyday patterns of connection that give meaning to our human existence.

 

He is currently at work on his third book....watch this space!

 

He divides his time between Snowdonia and The New Forest with his wife, son and two Welsh Collies, walking, exploring, woodcarving and writing. Have a follow of him on Social Media to see what he is up too...

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"The first step, then, is to fall in love with where we are, where we find ourselves immediately and to learn to let where we are speak to us and move us beyond ourselves."

-From Lungs of My Earth